CANCELLED : Fairy Tale Weekend

Lee Valley Park Farms
Lee Valley Park Farms
Stubbins Hall Lane
Waltham Abbey

Friday, 08 May 2020 to Sunday, 10 May 2020
10:00 - 17:00

CANCELLED : Fairy Tale Weekend


Magical stories make the world and everyone they touch smile - bring out their best smiles as they join us for our fairy tale weekend.

Enter the farm’s magical realm where anything is possible and you can be whoever you want to be. So princesses, knights and even misunderstood dragons come on down in your best fancy dress and be enchanted by the farm’s magic.

•    Watch themed interactive shows
•    Get your sparkle on with face painting
•    Say hello to some farmyard favourites in their meet and greet sessions
•    Make magical keepsakes in the craft zone
•    Check out the majestic birds of prey in their flying display

Plus all the normal farmyard fun will be happening too with lots of adventure play in the indoor and outdoor play areas as well as tractor and trailer rides to see the cows being milked in the afternoon.

Top Tips


> Wear suitable footwear and clothing as it can get muddy!

> Remember to wash your hands after touching the animals

> Enjoy hot and cold food and beverages at the Bumblebee Cafe

> There is parking available but this is limited so please arrive early.

> Events pricing applies for this weekend – book online and save 10%.


Getting Here


By Car: The farms are two miles north of Waltham Abbey on the B194 and just four miles from the M25. Parking at the farms is FREE. Sat Nav postcode: EN9 2EF

By Train: The nearest station is Cheshunt, it is then a pleasant two mile walk through River Lee Country Park to the farms. Follow the signs through this beautiful country park.

By Bus: Buses stop outside Lee Valley White Water Centre, Waltham Abbey (buses 250, 251). The farms are a two mile walk through River Lee Country Park.

By Bike: Sustrans route 1 runs through Lee Valley Park Farms. There are bike racks available at the farms.

Please note we do not recommend walking or cycling along the Crooked Mile (B194), this is a busy country road with no designated footpath, there are surfaced pathways throughout River Lee Country Park.

Find Out More


To Find out more about the farms please click on the link below



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